This afternoon, the Louisiana House of Representatives overwhelmingly supported SB418 by Sen. Kirk Talbot (R-River Ridge), the Omnibus Premium Reduction Act, with a vote of 72-28. LABI President Stephen Waguespack released the following statement:
“Today marks a milestone for Louisiana's families, job-creators and hard-working citizens who are fed up with paying for outrageous auto insurance bills month after month. Now, both the House and the Senate have sent a very clear signal that there is bipartisan and broad support for this bill. You can feel the energy in the building today, whether its upstairs in the Governor’s office or downstairs in the Legislature. Everybody wants to get something done. I’ve never been more optimistic than I am right now that we will lower auto insurance rates for everyone in Louisiana, reduce frivolous lawsuits, and really bring some of the reforms that have been a long time coming in the Capitol.”
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